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“It is challenging to have few players on the last day of the training but we had nothing to do since many of them have league matches today with their respective clubs,” said Abdallah Mubiru.
Mainly Kira young players attended the training but some other players like Yusuf Mukisa, William Wadri (Proline), Jamal Salim (KCC) and Jjuuko Murishid (Entebbe FC) all were present but didn’t take part in training for unknown reasons.
Yusuf Mukisa, according to coaches, will be the team skipper.
The team will be leaving for Thailand early tomorrow morning where they will have two friendly games including that of Saturday.
The U-23 team (Kobs) last played in the 2012 London Olympic games qualifiers where it was eliminated by Egypt turning Uganda’s dream of taking the team to Olympic games a nightmare.